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Los Angeles Union Station is the main railroad station in Los Angeles, California, and the largest railroad passenger terminal in the Western US. Union Station is a major transportation hub for Southern California, serving almost 110,000 passengers...more
While it is much smaller than many European stations, this is just as nice and has beautiful classic architecture reminiscent of early Los Angeles.. A stones throw from Olvera Street and other classic destinations, or worth a look-see on it's own.
You will recognize this building once you visit it. It's been featured in films and commercials. Besides being a star it houses a hassle free travel alternative. You can catch a ride from San Diego to Santa Barbara. If you have a couple of hours...More
Besides being yhe hub for all trains in and out of L.A., the city added metro hub when designing our subway system a few years ago... brilliant! This is a beautiful classic building that is just wonderful to visit, even if you're not traveling anywhere....More
This place has potential, but the tragic nature of LA's fragmented and inefficient network of buses and trains carries through to this hub, where poor signage and a sub-optimal layout may challenge new riders to make timely connections between Metro Rail (the "subway" or light...More
Historic Union Station. Comfortable waiting area with large leather seating. Good Security presence. Good Food. Amtrack and Metro were very positive expereriences. Union station the hub to everywhere in L.A, and Olivera Street right across the street.